One life at a time: How one bus driver’s compassion made a life-changing difference

Some days you wonder if you are making a difference. You question if your life has purpose. Are you in the right place? Are you are doing what you were meant to do with your life?

A ‘Bolt’ of warmth, help . . . and love

Motivation and support come in many forms, including a cold nose and a warm heart.

Tax credit donations spell benefit both for schools and you

The malls are packed with shoppers and stockings are hung by the fire, but local school districts hope residents will add one more item to their holiday to do list: a tax-credit donation.

Kyrene weighs its spending options on results-based funding

The Kyrene School District is facing a good problem to solve—how to spend nearly $1.2 million in results-based funding.

Second-graders get Googly eyed over campus maps

Visitors at Fuller Elementary School certainly won’t have trouble finding their way around campus thanks to Jessica Foster’s second-grade class.  

Eight from Corona recognized at latest collegiate-sport signings

Eight students at Corona del Sol High School have signed letters of intent to play collegiate sports next year.

Realtors view bond passage as benefitting home values

Area Realtors were quick to credit voters for their support of school ballot initiatives, noting that a community’s home values have a strong relationship to its residents’ support of education.

School override measures coast to easy victory

Advocates say home values, teacher salaries will get a welcome boost

Sock it to ‘em

Kyrene Middle School students launch drive to help needy kids